Greyhound Tooth Abscess
80 % of Greyhounds will have dental disease buy the age of Two.
The veterinary dentists for Greyhounds recommend basic oral cleaning. . About 15 seconds of wiping the tooth gum margin make a big difference!
Signs of Greyhound dental disease include;
Bad breath Redness of the gums and Discoloration of teeth
BELOW: Getting our greyhound dental patient ready for the carnassial evaluation, Greyhound dental examination
The patient has both a veterinary dental nurse assistant and a veterinary Nurse anaesthetist
Daisy came in with a Greyhound Tooth Abscess, weeping below the eye
See the picture below:
Greyhound Dental x-rays
Note the loss of bone below the root of the upper fourth premolar or carnassial tooth
Postoperative Time The veterinary Dental Greyhound cage.
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